Where I’ve Been

March 9th, 2017 we gathered at the Kingston Military Family Resource Centre to share objects that remind people of the places they have traveled, a special place, or a personal journey. Kingston’s own Violette Hiebert from Visit Kingston – Fresh Made Daily spoke about our vibrant community, and her own travelling tales. Neat items from RMC Museum, the Military Communications & Electronic Museum, and Fort Henry were also on display.

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RMC Museum shared this tea set
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The Military Electronics & Communications Museum brought this replica of the Korean Crown, a “Gift from a soldier that worked in Korea from the Korean official.”
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Fort Henry National Historic Site showed off this memento presented to the Fort Henry Guard by the US Marine Core, who bi-annually would visit and perform at Fort Henry.
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W.D. Jordan Rare Books & Special Collections shares “Indians of North America” By the infamous Canadian painter Paul Cane
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“Assorted Tumblers from Paraguay & San Francisco (Alacatraz) – My Past and My Present and My love to travel” – Violette Hiebert

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